Charlie Blackmon

Charlie Blackmon #19

  • CF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 6' 3"/210
  • Age: 30


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Charlie Blackmon 2017 Spring Training Stats

47 .362 3 9 1 1.096

Charlie Blackmon Spring Training Career Stats

294 .296 12 40 13 .882

Charlie Blackmon 2016 Stats

578 .324 29 82 17 .933

Charlie Blackmon MLB Career Stats

2242 .298 74 251 101 .814

Charlie Blackmon Bio

  • Full Name: Charles Cobb Blackmon
  • Born: 7/1/1986 in Dallas, TX
  • Draft: 2008, Colorado Rockies, 2nd rd. (72nd overall)
  • College: Georgia Tech
  • Debut: 6/7/2011
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2017 Spring Training Stats 47 8 17 3 9 1 .362 .415 1.096
Spring Training Career Stats
294 58 87 12 40 13 .296 .382 .882
2016 Stats 578 111 187 29 82 17 .324 .381 .933
MLB Career Stats 2242 345 667 74 251 101 .298 .348 .814


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Charlie Blackmon Stats

*Since 2006

Charlie Blackmon Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Charlie Blackmon Statcast Events


Charlie Blackmon 2017 Projections

Rest of Season
142 583 92 168 267 31 5 20 68 43 3 107 23 10 .288 .346 .461 .808
142 583 92 168 267 31 5 20 68 43 3 107 23 10 .288 .346 .461 .808
Rest of Season
142 583 92 168 267 31 5 20 68 43 3 107 23 10 .288 .346 .461 .808
142 583 92 168 267 31 5 20 68 43 3 107 23 10 .288 .346 .461 .808

Charlie Blackmon News

Charlie Blackmon Fantasy News

January 16, 2017 at 3:08 AM ET

Blackmon, Chatwood agree to deals for 2017

The Rockies reached one-year contract agreements on Friday with center fielder Charlie Blackmon and right-handed starter Tyler Chatwood to avoid arbitration, the club announced.

October 13, 2016 at 6:13 AM ET

Blackmon scores 111 runs in 2016

Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon finished the 2016 regular season with a .324 average, 29 home runs, 82 RBIs, 111 runs scored and 17 stolen bases.


Charlie Blackmon Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2014 Colorado NL

NL Silver Slugger

Year Team League
2016 Colorado NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
09/23/2013 Colorado NL
04/07/2014 Colorado NL
06/26/2016 Colorado NL
08/14/2016 Colorado NL

MLBPAA Rockies Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2016 Colorado NL

Baseball America Short-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Tri-City NOR

Topps Short-Season/Rookie All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Tri-City NOR

NWL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/14/2008 Tri-City NOR

NWL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2008 Tri-City NOR

Charlie Blackmon Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2014 .288 15th in NL
2015 .287 22nd in NL
2016 .324 4th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2016 29 14th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2014 28 8th in NL
2015 43 3rd in NL
2016 17 18th in NL

On-base Plus Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2015 .797 21st in NL
2016 .933 5th in NL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2015 .347 24th in NL
2016 .381 11th in NL

Slugging Percentage

Season SLG Rank
2015 .450 23rd in NL
2016 .552 5th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2014 82 17th in NL
2015 93 10th in NL
2016 111 3rd in NL


Season H Rank
2014 171 11th in NL
2015 176 7th in NL
2016 187 4th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2015 31 24th in NL
2016 35 16th in NL


Season 3B Rank
2015 9 2nd in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2014 154 12th in NL
2015 157 4th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2014 593 11th in NL
2015 614 4th in NL
2016 578 19th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2014 648 16th in NL
2015 682 7th in NL
2016 641 21st in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2014 261 16th in NL
2015 276 10th in NL
2016 319 5th in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2014 10 5th in NL
2015 13 2nd in NL
2016 9 8th in NL

Hit by Pitch

Season HBP Rank
2014 13 7th in NL
2015 13 6th in NL
2016 13 7th in NL

Charlie Blackmon Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
April 29, 2016 Colorado Rockies activated CF Charlie Blackmon from the 15-day disabled list.
April 26, 2016 Colorado Rockies sent OF Charlie Blackmon on a rehab assignment to Modesto Nuts.
April 14, 2016 Colorado Rockies placed CF Charlie Blackmon on the 15-day disabled list. Turf toe on his left foot
July 8, 2013 Colorado Rockies recalled CF Charlie Blackmon from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
May 29, 2013 Colorado Rockies optioned Charlie Blackmon to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
May 12, 2013 Colorado Rockies recalled Charlie Blackmon from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
March 24, 2013 Colorado Rockies optioned Charlie Blackmon to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
August 18, 2012 Colorado Rockies recalled Charlie Blackmon from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
August 18, 2012 Charlie Blackmon roster status changed by Colorado Rockies.
July 4, 2012 Charlie Blackmon roster status changed by Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
June 7, 2012 Colorado Springs Sky Sox sent CF Charlie Blackmon on a rehab assignment to Tri-City Dust Devils.
May 3, 2012 Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed CF Charlie Blackmon on the 7-day disabled list. turf toe on left foot
April 14, 2012 Colorado Rockies optioned CF Charlie Blackmon to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 14, 2012 Charlie Blackmon roster status changed by Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 13, 2012 sent OF Charlie Blackmon on a rehab assignment to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 4, 2012 Charlie Blackmon roster status changed by Colorado Rockies.
October 31, 2011 Colorado Rockies activated CF Charlie Blackmon from the 60-day disabled list.
July 15, 2011 Colorado Rockies transferred CF Charlie Blackmon from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
July 8, 2011 Colorado Rockies placed CF Charlie Blackmon on the 15-day disabled list. Fractured left foot
June 7, 2011 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of CF Charlie Blackmon from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 7, 2011 Charlie Blackmon assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox from Tulsa Drillers.
February 8, 2011 Colorado Rockies invited non-roster CF Charlie Blackmon to spring training.
May 31, 2010 Charlie Blackmon assigned to Tulsa Drillers from Rockies Extended Spring Training.
April 5, 2010 Charlie Blackmon assigned to Rockies Extended Spring Training from Modesto Nuts.

Charles Cobb Blackmon Bio Info

Charles Cobb Blackmon lives in Atlanta … signed by Rockies scout Alan Matthews … also drafted by the Florida Marlins as a pitcher in the 28th round in 2004 and the next year by Boston in the 20th round … born in Dallas, but was raised in Suwanee, Ga. … multi-sport athlete at North Gwinnett High School, playing baseball, basketball and football …three-time Academic Player of the Year … later was a Dean's List student at Young Harris College, where he pitched and helped lead the Mountain Lions to back-to-back GJCAA titles … transferred to Georgia Tech where he made the full-time transition from pitcher to outfielder … redshirted in 2007 and played every game in 2008 … named an All-Atlantic Coast Conference Second Team … was on the ACC Honor Roll … returned to Atlanta after beginning his pro baseball career and earned his B.S. degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Georgia Tech in the fall of 2011 … grew a mustache to raise money as part of "Movember" in November of 2012; began growing his beard in 2013 … he and his father participated in the 2016 Rockies Fantasy Camp at Salt River Fields … Twitter/Instagram handle is @chuck_nazty.


Set career highs in runs (111), hits (187), doubles (35), home runs (29), RBI (82), batting average (.324), on-base percentage (.381) and slugging percentage (.552) … won Silver Slugger for the first time...Finished fourth in the National League in batting average, third in runs, fourth in hits, fifth in slugging percentage and fifth in total bases (319)...Led NL outfielders in batting average, slugging, hits and runs … his 29 home runs were tied for fifth...His 29 home runs as a leadoff hitter were the most in Major League Baseball and the most in the National League since Alfonso Soriano and Hanley Ramirez hit 29 and 32 home runs, respectively, in 2008 … the 29 home runs are tied for the seventh-most by a leadoff hitter in NL history...His 82 RBI from the leadoff spot were tied for the fourth-most in National League history, the most since Jimmy Rollins recorded 82 RBI in 2006...Led MLB with 10 leadoff home runs … became the fifth player in Major League history to record double-digit leadoff home runs in a season, the third in National League history (Alfonso Soriano, 12, 2007; Bobby Bonds, 11, 1973)...Batted .335 (93-for-278) with 12 home runs at home, .313 (94-for-300) with 17 home runs on the road … batting average on the road was the 10th-highest in the NL and the seventh-highest for a single season in franchise history, the highest since Todd Helton batted .326 (88-for-270) on the road in 2004...Missed much of April, playing in 10 games … on 15-day disabled list due to left foot injury (turf toe) from April 14-29 … played two games for High-A Modesto on a rehabilitation assignment...Hit .331 (58-for-175) vs. left-handed pitchers, the sixth-highest average vs. lefties in the National League and the best among left-handed batters...Had five hitting streaks of 10 or more games, tied for the most such streaks in Rockies history (Larry Walker, 2002; Eric Young, 1996) … the five streaks of at least 10 games were the second-most in baseball behind Dustin Pedroia's six streaks...Had five multi-home run games, including a three-homer game Aug. 12 at Philadelphia … became the 11th Rockies player to hit three home runs in a game (15th time)...Five home runs in the three-game series at Philadelphia Aug. 12-14, the most in a three-game series in franchise history and tied for the most in any series in franchise history (Todd Helton, 1999 vs. Montreal, five games)...Hit .360 (40-for-111) in August with a NL-leading 11 home runs and 30 runs scored...Named the NL Player of the Week twice, June 20-26 and Aug. 8-14...Career-long 14-game hitting streak from July 5-22, batting .317 (19-for-60) … career-long 32-game on-base streak May 3-June 6 … batted .331 (43-for-130) with a .390 on-base percentage over that span...Recorded his 101st career stolen base on Sept. 23, tying him with Willy Taveras for fifth on the Rockies' alltime stolen base list.


His 43 steals were third in the Majors behind Miami's Dee Gordon (58) and Cincinnati's Billy Hamilton (57). Overall, set career highs in games (157), runs (93), hits (176), doubles (31), triples (nine), walks (46), stolen bases, extra-base hits (57) and on-base percentage (.347). His 43 stolen bases ranked third in the NL, fifth-most in a single season in club history … fourth player in Rockies history to steal 40 or more bases in a season (sixth time overall) … first Rockie to steal 40 or more bases since Willy Taveras stole 68 in 2008. Tied for the team lead in games (157), while leading the Rockies in triples (nine) and on-base percentage. Finished seventh in the NL with 175 hits … second in league with nine triples … tied for sixth in NL with 13 hit by pitch. Hit six leadoff home runs, four in the top of the frst inning, two in the bottom of the frst … 12 career leadoff home runs is a club record, as is six homers to lead off a game. Career-high 48 multi-hit games led team, tied for ninth in the NL … 15 three-hit games tied for eighth in the league. Eight assists in center feld tied for most among NL center felders. Career-high tying 12-game hitting streak (.354; 17-for-48) from Aug. 14-Aug. 26. Hit .307 in June (35-for-114), hitting safely in 25 of 29 games … an 11-game hit streak ended June 28 (.364; 16-for-44) … batted .337 (32-for-95) in July with 11 multi-hit games. Season-high four RBI June 21 vs. Milwaukee … second multi-home run game of his career May 3 at San Diego. Best month was July, hitting .337 (32-for-95) with 10 RBI … stole 11 bases and had 15 RBI in June, hitting .307 (35-for-114) with 20 runs scored … hit five home runs in May


Had career-year in 2014, earning his first selection to the NL All-Star team...was voted to the team via the player vote...went 0-for-2 in the game and played center field as a reserve...Was a member of the Rockies Opening Day roster for the first time in his career and started in center field on Opening Day...played a team-high 154 games...Set career-highs in virtually every category in '14, including: games, at-bats (593), runs (82), hits (171), doubles (27), triples (3), home runs (19), RBI (72), walks (31) and stolen bases (28)...Finished among the top-20 in the NL in hits (11th), runs (17th), average (.288, 15th), total bases (261) and stolen bases (T-8th)...led the Rockies in hits, runs and steals and finished third in RBI and home runs...Played the majority of the season as the Rockies leadoff hitter...led all NL players from the leadoff spot in RBI (69) and was second in home runs (19)...his five leadoff home runs established a new Rockies franchise record...Had one of the single greatest games in Rockies history during the Rockies Home Opener on April 4 vs. Arizona...went 6-for-6 with three doubles, one home run, five RBI and four runs...six hits tied a Rockies record originally set by Andres Galarraga (6-for-6, July 3, 1995 vs. Houston)... Blackmon became the 10th player since 1920, when RBI became an official statistic, to go 6-for-6 or better with that many RBI and runs scored in a game...Had three games in 2014 of 5-for-5 or better...went 5-for-5 July 12 vs. Minnesota and 5-for-5 Sept. 17 vs. Los Angeles-NL...Elias: is the fifth player since 1900 to record at least three games of 5-for-5 or better, joining Hall-of-Famers Ty Cobb (1922), Tris Speaker (1923), Stan Musial (1948) and Tony Gwynn (1993), plus Ichiro Suzuki in 2004...Had his first career multi-home run game on April 21 vs. San Francisco, first going deep off Ryan Vogelsong and later off Juan Gutierrez...was one of six multi-HR games for a Rockie in 2014...Was one of the Rockies most clutch hitters in '14 and batted .320 (41-for-128) with 53 RBI with runners in scoring position...also fared well against the division, batting .305 (83-for-272) with 13 doubles, 11 home runs and 36 RBI vs. NL West.


Split the season almost evenly between Triple-A Colorado Springs, where he began the campaign, and in the Majors with the Rockies... Blackmon played in a career-high 82 games in the Majors and set career-highs in nearly every offensive category, including: at bats (246), runs (35), hits (76), doubles (17), home runs (6), RBI (22), OBP (.336), SLG (.467) and OPS (.803)... Was first recalled from Triple-A on 5/12 and spent 17 days on the active roster before being optioned back to Triple-A on 5/29...was recalled for the remainder of the season on 7/8...hit .288 (74-for-257) with 15 2B, 6 3B, 3 HR, 40 RBI, 56 runs in 68 games at Triple-A... Played 52 of his 82 total games in August and Spetember and combined to hit .332 (61-for-184) with 14 doubles, 1 triple, 5 home runs, 18 RBI over the season's final two months... Blackmon's 9 doubles in September were tied for the 5th-most in the NL with teammate Todd Helton (Matt Carpenter led with 12 2B in September)... Split his time between the three outfield spots, playing 17 games in left, 25 games in center and 34 in right... The left-hander hit .296 (21-for-71) vs. LHP in 2013 and is now a .325 (37-for-114) career hitter vs. LHP in the Majors... Was productive with men on base, as he batted .304 (24-for-79) with 6 doubles, 1 home run and 17 RBI with runners on base and .304 (14-for-46) with 5 doubles, 1 home run and 15 RBI with runners in scoring position.

2012 Began the 2012 season on the 15-day disabled list with turf toe in his left big toe, then spent the first four and a half months in the Minors prior to his recall from Triple-A on 8/18. 2012 marked his second-straight year seeing time in the Majors with the Rockies...hit .146 (6-for-41) in his first 13 games, all in August...then hit .361 (26-for-72) over his final 29 games...had 5 doubles, 2 home runs and 8 RBI from 9/1 through the end of the season. Batted .289 (83-for-287) with 23 doubles, 4 triples, 6 home runs and 37 RBI in 76 Minor League games between Short Season-A Tri-City and Triple-A Colorado Springs. Tied his career-high with 4 hits twice in 2012, and now has three four-hit games in his MLB career...had 4 hits, including a double, on 9/6 at ATL...then had 4 hits again on 10/1 at ARI...had 8 multi-hit games in 2013. Saw time at all three outfield positions, though split his time nearly evenly between left field (114.2 innings) and right field (107.1 innings). 2011 After spending the first two months of the 2011 season at Triple-A Colorado Springs, was recalled on 6/7 and spent the next month, until 7/7, on the active roster...finished the season on the 60-day disabled list with a right foot fracture suffered 7/7 at ATL while rounding second base...Hit .255 (25-for-98) with 1 double, 1 home run, 8 RBI, 9 runs and 5 steals in his 27 games with the Rockies...played mostly left field, though he also saw action in center field as well...Collected his first Major League hit in his second game, 6/8 at SD off Dustin Moseley, with a single going 1-for-4 in the game....first MLB multi-hit game, RBI and outfield assist all came 6/11 vs. LAD...Had a career-high four hits 6/17 vs. DET...also drove in two runs, setting his career-high for RBI in a game as well...Slugged his first career home run on 7/1 vs. KC off Soria...was a pinch-hit home run and also came on his 25th his 15 games at Coors Field, Blackmon hit .382 (21-for-55) with a home run and 7 RBI...Had 5-straight games with a stolen base from 6/11-15...since 1946 (when game-by-game data began), he was the first player to steal a bag in 5-straight games within his first nine career games (Stats LLC.)...Hit .337 (82-for-243) with 10 home runs, 19 doubles, 4 triples and 49 RBI while stealing 12 bases in 58 games for the Sky Sox...he led all Sky Sox in doubles, homers, stolen bases, RBI and batting average prior to his recall...collected five multi-hit games and hit .370 (13-for-42) in his final 10 games with the Sky Sox. 2010 Spent the entire season at Double-A Tulsa as the club's regular center fielder...hit .297 (100-for-337) with 22 doubles, 4 triples, 11 home runs and 55 RBI in 86 games for the Drillers...his .484 slugging percentage was a career high, and his .834 OPS was a personal best for a full season club...The left-handed batter was equally as effective against left-handed pitchers (.303 average) as he was vs. right-handers (.293)...Blackmon had 13 extra-base hits in 122 at-bats against lefties in 2010...Finished his season strong by batting .348 (40-for-115) with 10 doubles, 3 triples and 3 home runs in 28 games during the month of August...his .565 slugging percentage and .961 OPS were by far his best of any of the three full months he played in 2010...Missed nearly all of the first two months of the season due to injury, and did not make his 2010 debut until 5/31 at Frisco...Regularly batted either first or second in the Drillers lineup in 2010, though he was still able to average one RBI every 6.1 fact, he finished 2nd on the club with his 55 RBI despite missing two months, and playing the majority of his games as the first or second hitter in the lineup...Was at his best with men on base, as he hit .309 with runners on, compared to .286 with none on...his batting average splits with runners on base for 2010 were: scoring position-.313, runners on with 2 outs- .328, runners in scoring position with 2 outs-.315 and bases loaded-.417...Played in the Arizona Fall League as a regular outfielder for Scottsdale...hit .264 (19-for-72) with 2 doubles, 3 home runs and 11 RBI...had 13 walks compared to just 6 strikeouts during the AFL...Named the Rockies 11th-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2009 Played his entire second professional season with High-A Modesto in the California League...led the Nuts in hitting (.307, 169-for-550), RBI (69), stolen bases (30) and runs scored (30)...led the club in RBI despite being the primary lead-off hitter...his 34 doubles were the second-most on the club...hit .305 (65-for- 213) vs. left-handers and .309 (104-for-337) vs. right-handers...was the club's primary center fielder, and committed just 3 errors on the season...batted .316 (89-for-282) after the All-Star break, compared to .299 (80-for- 268) prior to the break...hit .357 (46-for-129) with runners in scoring position...named the club's 13th-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2008 In his first professional season led Tri-City with a .338 (98-for-290) average while playing most of the season as the club's regular center fielder...named the Rockies Organizational Co-Player of the Month for the month of July along with Wilin Rosario...hit .344 (42-for-122) with 11 extra-base hits and 14 RBI during the month, his first full month in professional baseball...was named to the Northwest League Postseason All-Star team...was named the Northwest League Player-of-the-week for the week of 7/13 when he hit .565 (13-for-23) with 4 doubles, 5 RBI and 6 runs scored...named the 10th-best prospect in the Northwest League after the season by Baseball America...also tabbed by the same publication as the Rockies 10th-best prospect.